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Asian Eyelid Surgery or Double Eyelid Surgery in Asian Males

Do Asian male and Asian females require a different approach when it comes to Asian eyelid surgery or double eyelid surgery? Should the double eyelid fold or double eyelid crease be set at a different height? Should the shape or the design of the double eyelid fold be different? The […]

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Significant Upper Eyelid Hooding Correction

Patients with significant excess upper eyelid skin hooding have few choices. One is to remove upper eyelid skin from the double eyelid fold line. However, the downside of this method is that the heavy eyelid brow skin and the brow is brought down. This creates a puffy Asian eyelid or […]

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Minimal Pain Breast Augmentation

Many people are concerned with pain after breast augmentation. Patients think that pain is just part of having surgery. However, if breast augmentation is performed optimally, then the pain should not occur. How is that possible? In order to answer that, we must understand why pain occurs. Pain occurs during […]

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Eyelash Eversion in Asian Eyelid Surgery and Double Eyelid Surgery

Many people who desire Asian eyelid surgery or double eyelid surgery wish to have eyelash eversion. Eversion means that the eyelashes are flipped upward so that the lashes will not insert into the eyes. Many Asian eyelids have eyelashes that invert. If this situation is severe, then the eyelashes will […]

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Why would a patient receive a revision Asian rhinoplasty?

There are many reasons why a patient would receive a revision Asian rhinoplasty. One of the main reason is that the nose is short. A short nose is when the overall nose length is short compared to the overall face. The typical sign is that the nostril is exposed and […]

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The Complication of Your Own Tissue in Asian Rhinoplasty

Although using your own tissue is ideal in Asian rhinoplasty, there are potential complications that can arise. One of the main complications is that of resorption of the graft material. Resorption means that your body absorbs or gets rid of the grafted material in your nose. Even though the tissue […]

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